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know is a comical one man story telling that uses very limited stage set and instruments and thus it's a japanese tradition performing arts that requires special and traditional and highly trained skills. >> today's story. the hunter. 300 decadesing an in japan there was a man who liked hunting. he told a lie to a bird. or a small light. small harrons make good friends or not. you might find the answer in my story. >> good afternoon. what are you up to these days anything exciting? yes, i have an idea. >> are you going to be the hunter in >> you told on me you're going to be unicorn hunter. it's a kind of snake kind of hunt er japan. you ever seen them. it was a stupid idea. just the one. the japanese proverb says. my prompt cart. please listen. okay. go ahead. i go to where many harrons come to feed. i walled out to one of him in a loud voice like this. [yelling] hello mr. onin. what will the herring think? well i wonder what he wants. i understand he wants to capture me. well, what should i do. no. i can get away easy any time but i think silly man. i don't know this him and so
away. the man started pacing back and forth wondering how to get down. so, the sunlight made one of the birds wake up. bird:i can't breathe. so i must be catching a bad cold. i drank too much, saki rice wine last night. was a little tipsy. i don't remember. any way. think can't move. someone is leaning on me so who is it. my cousin. my brother. we've been got by a hunter. hey! my cousin, wake up. no. not a good morning. we've been caught by a hunter. pass the word but be quiet okay. okay. wake up, wake up, wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. hey! did you wake up? we've been caught by a hunter. right. i got a good plan. just do what i say. at the count of three, you flap your wings as hard as you can. right? 1, 2, 3 - flapping! i can't move. [help me screaming] very good. whoa. i'm going high. very good. wow. what is that. the lake. not the lake. big river. wow. what? many bridges. the bridge is very old. so, don't go plenty more all right. so. this is a real birds eye view. very good. someone is flying like me. i remember his face in my japanese histo
? where? on the top of the temple? it's a bird. no. i don't think so. i think it's a man. [laughing] no one could climb up - climb - up. [singing] something is happening in the temple. whoa what's that. i think it's a performer. i think it's a man. man! what's he doing up there? i don't know but he must be in trouble. let's help him but we don't have a ladder. okay. so, somebody, let's bring this across with a big blanket to catch him with. let's help him, hurry up. bring something. there are so many people down there. is it the kind of festival today? i don't know. a big cloth. what's that for? they are shouting but i can't hear anything. louder there, please? what? jump? jump from here? whoa they are telling me to jump? they are going to catch me with the big cloth. okay. yes i'm ready to jump. i'm scared but the only way to get down from here so i try it. he jumped and the man hit the cloth waiting for him to land. fortunately the man hit the blanket. in the big center but unfortunately the man hit the cloth and he bounced up high into the air and land on the exact same place ag
the cigarette from the man's hand. his immediate response was to flee from officers. saturday night on broadway is pure chaos at 2:00 in the morning. hundreds of people leaving the nightclubs. these officers are chasing this person down the crowded street. as the chase went on for a few yards, but the suspect reached underneath his jacket. he withdrew a tech 9 automatic pistol. he was running down broadway and took the weapon and he there to scare the officer, and pointed the pistol right at officer. officer jones, seeing the threat to the officer and everyone else nearby, fired a shot to protect an officer. almost immediately after that, officer tapang was able to catch up with the suspect and wrestle him to the ground, and they were able to take the suspect into custody and secure the pistol. when they checked the weapon they found it had 22 rounds of ammunition in the magazine. so it was clearly a catastrophe waiting to happen as these officers took action. they could have taken a defensive position. they could have taken cover and employed officer safety tactics, but instead, the move to fo
a man, authorities don't know why, lowered himself in to a storm drain and directly down in to a 14-inch drainage pipe. right now a rescue effort is going on and firefighters try to find a way to get the man out the moment. the rescue team has already tried to lasso his hands and pull the man out but they did that unsuccessfully. they say he's in there far too tightly at the moment. they've resorted to excavating the pipes. you can see firefighters digging around the pipe. they say at this time they may need to actually break through the pipe to get the man out. authorities have no idea how this man wound up in here, why he climbed in to the pipe in the first place. so far they have made contact with him. they've talked to him and they say he's pretty anxious at this moment. he's been in there for about three hours at this point. they're talking to him but they don't really know what his injuries are or why he was down there in the first place. they got this call around 8:00 because employees at a nearby best buy heard the man screaming for help over and over again in the area. a re
live in the united states. and each person uses an average of 100 gallons of water every day. man: what it takes to actually make clean water is somewhat a mystery to most customers. woman: so how does water get from the river into your house, or here at school? woman: somebody has to bring that water to us, and somebody has to take it away when we're finished with it. man: the water infrastructure is vital for disease protection, fire protection, basic sanitation, economic development, and for our quality of life. man: you just can't visualize all the assets that are under our feet. we have about two million miles of pipe in this nation. if you're walking around in an urban area, you're probably stepping on a pipe. man: our grandparents paid for, and put in for the first time, these large distribution systems. woman: and in many cases, it's not been touched since. man: we're at a critical turning point. much of that infrastructure is wearing out. narrator: our water infrastructure is made up of complex, underground systems that function continuously. these 10 locations take a loo
and friends remember a man shot to death. the call to action by the victim's brother. >>> a dramatic rescue of a man in a storm drain. how long it took to get the guy out. >>> small business saturday coming up. >>> complete bay coverage news starts now. this is channel 2 news. >> good evening, i'm moreen nailer. >>> i'm ken wayne. >> in san jose police today announced the name of a 15-year-old teenager. he's accused of killing 22-year-old roy. that same night he robbed a san jose police officer. despite his age t police say they have their suspect. >> we are sure he is the person wanted for the homicide. >>> johnathan wilbanks was taken into custody on wednesday. >>> the man of the man shot by that teenager gathered today to remember the victim. neighbors are asking for more officers on san jose streets. >> whenever he stepped into the room, roy lit the room up. >> he was killed in san jose last friday night. his family talked with us outside. >> i appreciate to have known him whether he was not -- my son or not. >> it makes me wonder what goes into a 15-year-old's mind whe
saki and suddenly she looked at me and said, mr. kimono man, come closer. closer. and she looked me right in the eyes and said, i think i'm falling in love with you. i am! i love you. i want you. i need you. then she started taking off her kimono. she started to take off her - what happened next! calm down. i can't. i'm just so jealous. wow you must have had a wonderful night together. you think so? yeah. actually, no. no. just because right as i was kissing her. samurais brother suddenly came home. diver suddenly came home. what happened? well, when he saw us he was so angry and he puld out his sword and was going to kill me. oh! how exciting. it was not exciting. what happens. as he ran towards me, he slipped on the shiney floor and dropped his sword. so, i picked it up and i cut him down! you killed? that's right. at that point the wife took out 100 yellow gold coins and said, come on, let's run away together. now is our chance, let's go, let's go. and did you? no. i cut her down from behind. you killed the samurais wife? my god! why did you do such a terrible thing. because th
designs to meet modern health standards and reliably satisfy demand. man: our water and wastewater systems really are engineering marvels. because it's buried, it's invisible to us, and we tend to take it for granted. that's a mistake. like any engineered system, it requires maintenance and periodic rehabilitation, and eventual replacement. it's so out of sight and so out of mind, that we don't realize the danger we're in. people see that their roads can cave in. their bridges are falling apart. the concern is that also the infrastructure that they can't see is falling apart. you wouldn't let your house be 100 years old and not ever do any maintenance to it. you would make sure that it was safe. 100 years ago, teddy roosevelt was president, and your pipes were brand new. now, our infrastructure is old. 100, 200 years old. it's not been upgraded or fixed or replaced, sometimes, ever. man: if these systems are not maintained, sooner or later they're going to fail. they all have a life expectancy. if you don't maintain them and constantly check them and then do what's necessary to rehabilitat
investigating a serious death. a man reported his friend disappeared early yet evening. less than an hour earlier they found a man in us -- man in his 20s. he was not affiliated with uc berkeley. investigators do not think foul play was involved. >>> they are questioning cat williams the man was possibly attacked and possibly at in the head. witnesses are surprised -- surprised he might be involved. >> he is big time and i know he is doing the show out here but it is shocking from a guy who may have a lot to loose. >> he is scheduled to perform tomorrow night at oracle arena. >>> a man was shot in the head at the delta pines apartment shortly afte 9:00 last night. officers spent the day talking to neighbors and people he knew him before he died. investigators are trying to determine if this is a house fire. it damaged a 6 unit building in the triangle neighborhood. the fire started with a put had ther the others have smoke damage but nobody was hurt. >>> in vallejo crews are battling a fire at a bar. it caught fire at 245 this morning. that bar is heavily damaged, no word on the cause bu
for help. >> i wanted to be a man and stand on my own two feet. >> reporter: these vets remain optimistic. ella stays with a woman from her church and applies for five jobs a day. >> hopefully very soon i'll have a place of my own to lay my head. >>> the news tonight is far from over. >> the news edge starts right now. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. >>> thanks for staying with us tonight. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm laura evans. the edge begins with world leaders paying tribute today to veterans. >> we often forget while today is veterans day in america, it's also world armistice day. we'll hear how leaders across the globe honored the troops. >> reporter: the 11th hour of the 11th day in the 11th month is honored every year to mark the end of world war i in 1918. president obama commemorating veterans day here in america by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier saying it's the country's sacred obligation to take care of its own. >> take care of our veterans. we take care of our families, not just by saluting you on one day, once a year, but by fighting for you and your
in the morning in cases last night one man arrived at 1:00 in the afternoon. >> we got here today at 1:50 in the morn sog we've been here hours. it's worth it. >> we've been here 11 hours. it's been fun and worth it. >> this is a crowd cha chanted and sang along with the likes of tony bennett. talked about doing it all over again. seems like a tradition many fans seem to be contebt to carry on for years still to come. we can show you a live picture here in the plaza. you can see crews are taking down the giants scaffolding. i'm sure folks will pack it away until maybe this time next year. >> joy did not die down once players hit the stage. everyone announcers were there, ready to party. >> how fliled we are to have our world series champions back in san francisco. >> fans weren't as close to as loud as you. >> you guys better be proud. you need to be proud. and i tell you this for sure, we're all world series champions here. in san francisco. >> abc 7 news was on market street today along the route with fans and players. what. >> i great show eefsh loves a party. we had them all today.
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divided like a highway. >>> a desperate man is surrounded by cops. what happens when somebody makes a sudden move. >> where is the shot coming from? >> why would these men -- >> volunteer themselves to be trampled by cows. >> we've got the story behind the stomping. plus get the friday buzzword to win a free ipad and be a parasailing whiz that is so not what you think. >> that's hilarious. >> what's got the residents of new haven, connecticut, up in arms? something they are calling a dirt bike minute. >> this has been growing into a big problem where they have kids riding in the streets, riding on sidewalks and parks. sometimes they go into the other lanes of traffic just to pop wheelies. >> one incident they even hit a 7-year-old child. residents have basically had enough. >> a lot of these vehicles aren't street legal. >> they aren't even supposed to be on the road in the first place. >> the theory is you get enough of these guys together, it's hard for the cops to chase everybody. >> that's exactly what the police are saying. it's real hard to catch these people without endangeri
night deal with theel become a fire. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man reported his friend disappeared on the college campus yesterday evening. less than an hour later searchers found the body of a man in his 20s. his friend identified him as the person missing. the victim was not affiliated with uc berkeley anteversioners do -- investigators do not think foul play was involved. >>> new information involved on a suspect specialed drunk driver. more on this police chase and how it all ended, good morning claudine. >> reporter: if you take a look behind me being, you can see the signal lights are still out at this intersection which is one of the many repercussions of this chase. you can see crews are hard at work trying to fix the problem but it could take awhile checking out the damage left from that signal objection, it all handed on interstate 808. the officer tried to pull the driver over and she kept going. she pulled onto the street and the collisions began. the first on natomas and the second one on 15th and vanness. she hit a parked car and the man was walking
. - i'd do it, man. she was cute as hell in commando. i'd show her who's the boss. poison her ivy. - whoa. something's up. - guys, we've been boiler roomed. telamericorp was just a shell of a company. alice probably felt some heat from the feds, right? so she packed up in the middle of the night. that makes me vin diesel. - ooh, i'm giovanni ribisi. - oh, i'm like a scott cann- jamie kennedy combo doggie then. - jamie kennedy, maybe. i feel that experience. [cell phone rings] - hello? [whispers] it's alice. okay, let's talk. what's the vig to get in on your game? - why aren't you here yet? [snaps fingers] - why aren't we where yet? - oh, christ, you're at the old offices, aren't you? we moved offices over the weekend. it's all i've talked about for weeks. - guys, we moved offices. - oh, yeah, i totally forgot. - yeah, um, alice... - oh, wait, wait, let me-- hey, alice, so we're done with the old office, right? we're never going back? - yeah, never. now, get your asses over here and get to work, please. - okay, thanks, alice. you sound like you're looking good today. [pounding rock
the holding call. four-man rush. campbell checks it off underneath. short gain. caught by kyle adams. so it's going to be third and 16 now. bears have one time-out. obviously, in a situation where they go for it on fourth down. >> cris: you have to take your shot eventually. >> al: they go to marshall over the middle. marshall trying to spring free around the outside. he'll go down at the 40. so it comes down to this for chicago. it's going to be fourth down and eight. campbell without the huddle. he has marshall going to the left side. he's got hester to the right side. he's got bennett in the slot to the right. precious seconds ticking off. down to a minute. and the pass intended for forte is incomplete. surrounded by four white shirts. so the bears throw their hands up and say "where is the call?" there is none. with a minute to go, wade phillips starts to get some high five's because the texans are going to go to 8-1. >> cris: connor barwin is going to pick this up coming all the way across the field here. a little contact there. but it was initiated as much by forte as fs barw it was b
( harpsichord music ) man: with the advantages of the example and instruction which you could have in europe, you would be a valuable acquisition to the art, anone of theirst painters in the world, provided you could receive these aids before it is too late in life, and before your manner and ste were corrupted or fixed by working in your little way at boston. narrator: an impressive letter to a young painter and from the distinguished sir joshua reynolds. could he be right? ( harpsichord continues ) john singleton copley loved his country, but he wanted the richer artistic influences of the old world. besides, talk of revolution was everywhere. political contests, he felt, were neither pleasing to an artist nor advantageous to art itself. in 1774, copley left; it would make him a better painter, he thought. sad for him, sad for america: he never returned to his home. at 34, john singleton copley was already one of the best and most popular painters in the american colonies. the young american artist john trumbull said of him, "an elegant-looking man dressed in fine maroon cloth wi
it, man. hey, man, you got a big crack habit? >> yeah. >> corvino: yeah? >> yeah. >> corvino: the devil invented crack, man. we'll get you something to drink... >> stand straight up, sir... >> corvino: we don't want to deprive you of your of what, uh... >> officer andrew gallegos: stand straight up. don't worry about it. we'll get you out of here. >> corvino: all right. uh. >> radio: star to the 2710 baker street, 31 is downtown 10. >> corvino: at first, the description wasn't very good. then we got a good description. we have a lot of units in the area. you know, it's a property crime. this man invaded someone's home, and we're determined to catch people like this. with teamwork, a lot of teamwork it took to catch this person. officers knew the area. they knew it well, and once he runs in the apartment complex, it gets confusing, but since we had a lot of the officers helping, we were able to catch the guy. >> oof. >> corvino: okay, man, just face that way. you see that cop car right there? >> yeah? >> corvino: all right. stand up straight, please. okay, look to the cop car.
. i am tara moriarty you ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man was shot and killed at a cell phone store. it happened last night on international boulevard. the man who talked about the shooting said it may have happened during a robbery attempt. >>> in just a few hours nurses will walk off and they are talking about changes to sick leave when nurses call is reduction in patient care standards. san leandro hospital, delta and antioch, they have been hired to fill in for striking nurses. >>> an estimated one million came in to celebrate the world's victory. the manager bruce bochy brought out the trophy in front of city hall. this is both married lee with a broom deciding more and more fans thank the fans for their unwavering reports. >> we went to st. louis and they were not as lloyd as you and quite frankly, detroit was not even close to as loud as you. that is why i sang that for you and of course the signature song... >> i left my heart in san francisco sister. >>> pitchers and lance cup dashes lance company -- lance kim was there they were all fired up about the world series wi
on a smaller tax base, and, arguably, less affluent communities. man: sewickley township is a rural farming community, however, herminie itself would be considered to be the downtown area of the township. it's the agways, the auto-parts store, the bank. it's your typical small-town village. man: people think that rural areas are pristine and perfect and everybody has a nice, simple life. that's, uh, not exactly the situation here. when you come into town in the summer, you know you're coming to herminie. woman: the aroma in 90-degree days... can sometimes just want to knock you over. woman: we have water. we have power, we have gas, but we have no sewage. i guess when they laid out the town years ago, it just all went into the pipes and straight into the "crick." sabljak: i've lived here 43 years in the same house. when i moved here, they told us that sewage would be here shortly. and here it is 43 years later and we still don't have it. my husband and i went to the first meeting. he always said, "boy, i'll never see it in my lifetime." well... my husband passed away last december. man: rig
of all pagan rituals. here's how to make o of candy last all night. [ cackles ] aah! aaahh! man: now you know how a turtle feels. [ woman laughs ] let me ask you, are the other kids really gonna recognize a marlon brando costume? blah-la-la-la-la-la! blah-la-la-la-la-la- la-la-la-la-la! woman: what are you, christopher? [ snap ] you're a cowgirl. you're a cute cowgirl. bergeron: why just give the kids candy when you can give them candy and a terrifying nightmare? aaahh! [ belches ] i guess instead of lamaze, they're just gonna scoop her out. he's defeated the penguin and the catwoman. can he stand up to the wiener dog? [ barks ] [ whining ] here's a pumpkin that throws itself away. this is what you call gallows humor. hah! aah! [ laughs ] aah! aaahh! aah! aaahh! [ cheers and applause ] the older i get, the less i tend to plan things. that's because the older i get the more i forget what i planned in the first place. here are some people. the only part of their plan that worked was getting on our show. [ hums "happy birthday" ] let's get away from halloween for a moment. after all, there
>>> breaking news from palo alto early was a police search for a man in a frightening home invasion that left a woman fearing for her life. >> katie marzullo is live at the search scene. >> reporter: police have called off the k-9 search but still actively looking for this man. the only description they can give is that he was wearing dark clothing. take a look at video from earlier this morning around:20 this happened. this is when the -- around 2:20 this happened, this is when the k-9 unit was called in the victim a woman in her 20s she is at the police station interviewed. after the interview police hope to know more about what happen. here's what they know right now. >> unknown male made entry into this woman's apartment. she woke to find the male intruder inside her apartment. she screamed out of fear, obviously. he ran away, he fled. >> reporter: police won't say how he got into her home, whether or not he broke in or was able to gain entry through an open window or door they are calling this an isolated incident but say it is a serious crime and rare in this area. katie marzu
savidge is live near the rock ridge shopping center where a dive team found the body of a man who fell to his death off a steep cliff. alex. >>> authorities believe this man lost his footing. he went out looking for his lost cat behind his house last night and because the weather was wet last night, the ground was wet, he likely slipped and fell off of this steep cliff we will show you here. his house sits at the top of the cliff. he likely fell off of this cliff into this water filled rock quarry that is right behind the shopping center. it's believed that he drowned his body was found earl lid this morning after a five-hour search. a rescue team from the oakland fire department launched that search just after 7:00 last night when the man's friend reported him missing. the man's flashlight was found about halfway down the hill by authorities but there was no sign of the man himself. rescuers put a boat in the water and repelled down the side of the cliff looking for him. eventually the alameda county sheriffs dive team began an under water search and just before 1:00 this morning dive
murder is walking out of prison a free man. the twisted story of an angry ex-wife, a high stakes he said, she said, and the decades long search for justice. >>> all about cooper. "the happeningover" made him a star. and tonight, bradley cooper tells us what made him take on a risky new role. >>> and, standing up for heroes. bruce springsteen helps pay tribute to our wounded warriors. i'll follow one kur ray use warrior on a path to face a new reality. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," november 8th, 2012. >> good evening, i'll bill weir. well, today in arizona, a 77-year-old man took his first free breath in 38 years. of course, people leave prison every day in this country, but what makes this moment extraordinary are the twists and turns that preceded it. the double homicide, the exwife's accusations, the desperate decades spent trying to prove innocence. abc's dan harris has been following this story for years, and brings us the very latest in this "nightline" investigates. >> rep
a fellow officer and his wife for scamming an elderly man. the 36-year-old man and his wife were accused of abusing an 82-year-old pleasant man. the two put the man's entire estate of a trust account only they can access. he is a former police commander. he was arrested on theft charges. >>> a teenager is in custody accused of a shocking string of crimes. the police say he kidnapped and assaulted a woman and left her to die. the victim was found on hidden brook parkway after the police say she was abducted from a shopping center on plaza drive about five miles away. that is also where the police eventually discovered the suspect. >> the lieutenant called it a violent attack. >> it was resolved quickly. the arrest was made within hours. great deal of the evidence was collected within hours. >> the 65-year-old woman abducted last night survived. she explained to the mess her kidnapper held her at gunpoint forcing her from a parking lot at 4:00 in the evening. the police say after she was taken the woman was forced to drive here at hidden brook parkway and i-80. she was physically and sex i
their hands on the credits. >>> the man accused of gunning down 7 people at osi ow -- at oikos university may serve from a mental illness. ktvu's patty lee has more. >> reporter: the public defender's office conclouds one goh is not compline -- concludes one goh is not mentally competent to stand trial but the family thinks he is faking insanity. >> reporter: he can't speak about his wife without choking up. she was killed at oikos university in april. today he wanted to look at the man charged with the crime. 44 years old one goh. >> shouldn't be a cowered. >> reporter: he fears one goh who confessed to the shooting is faking insanity to get away with it. >> he is playing the system. >> reporter: today one goh's lawyers told us a psychiatrist diginosed him as a paranoid -- diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic. >> i know he has a fixed delusion about the battle between good and evil. >> the defense still needs a second opinion for which one goh asked for an interpreter. >> made him unable to cooperate and assist me as counsel. >> reporter: he says it is obvious one goh is gaining the sy
found the body of a man who fell to his death at the oakland quarry. alex savidge is live at the scene where the investigation is under way. alex. >> reporter: it certainly appears the wet weather played a role in this accident. the oakland fire department believes this man in all likelihood slipped and fell off a steep cliff and ended up drowning in this water filled rock quarry that is right behind the rock ridge shopping center. investigators say the man was out looking for his lost cat last night behind his house when he lost his footing. a rescue team from the oakland fire department began to search just after 7:00 last night after the man's friend reported him missing. rescuers put a boat into the water and repelled down the side of the cliff. eventually the alameda county sheriffs dive team began an under water search here. just before 1:00 in the morning divers found the man's body at the bottom of this old quarry. one of those divers involved in last nights recovery talked to us about the technique the team used. >> we have something called a circle search. we put an anchor at
displaced from their homes. we spoke to man who rush to get his wife and kids out of the house after neighbor pounded on the door alerting them that the fire. his unit is one of the 4 destroyed. >> my 11-year-old daughter she's really sad. sad destroyed and all that stuff. >>reporter: thoughts on this happening on thanksgiving? >> that it's really bad feeling but if you are looking at the other side we are thankful that we are okay. nobody got hurt. we'll figure it out tomorrow. tomorrow will be a brighter da day. >>reporter: the american red cross is here helping the displaced resident find a temporary place to stay. as for the firefighters one captain was taken to the hospital. he is being treated for minor injuries. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> now to tonight's other big story on your mark get set, shop. >> people have already been lining up for days for black friday deals. these shoppers began waiting on subpoenaed. tonight we have team coverage of the shopping frenzy. >> a&m may is live at union square in san francisco but we begin with allen live outs
displaced from their homes. we spoke to man who rush to get his wife a k kids out of the house after neighbor pounded on the door alerting them that the fire. his unit isnene of the 4 destroyed. >>mymy 11-year-old daughter she's really sad. sad destroyed and all that stuff. >>reporter: thoughts on this happening on thanksgiving? >> that it's really bad feeling but if you are looking at the other side we are thankful that we are oy. nobody g got hurt. we'll figure it out tomorrow. tomorrow wilbebe a brighter da day. >>reporter: the american red cross is here lplping the displaced resident find temporary place to stay. as for the firefighters one captain was taken to the hospital. he is being treated for minor injuries. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> now to tonight's other big story on your mark get set, shop. >> people have already been lining up for days for black friday deals. these shoppers began waiting on subpoenaed. tonight we have team coverage of the shopping frenzy.. >> a&m may is live a at union square in san francisco but we begin with allen live o
on an investigation surrounding a homicide. one man is dead. a woman rushed to the hospital and a suspect on the loose. bob redell is on the scene. bob, you had a chance to dig up information. what have you heard right now? >> reporter: good morning, jon. police just let us up to villa costanza. this is the home where the man was murdered early this morning during the home invasion robbery. what is striking about the property is just how large it is. it is a compound surrounded by brick walls. it seems like it would be a difficult place to break into. this was the scene a couple of hours ago down the road where law enforcement were searching for clues and evidence to explain what happened here and ultimately catch the people responsible. around 1:40 this morning, a woman who lives in the home called 911 who said the home was broken into and ransacked. when police arrived, they found her husband had been killed. they haven't said who did it or how he died. the wife was taken to the hospital. she was hurt. her injuries are not life threatening. >> of all the people who lived here and i have been here 28
-zone. >> there was a knock on the door and says everybody needs to come out. no one would come out. >> reporter: this man didn't want to show his face and say he was scared, but when police say they came out to check out a report of shots fired people threw bottles at the officer. >> acin a brazen act they tried to drag him into the backyard. >> reporter: this man admitted some did throw bottles when police began to tow their cars. >> they got us mad and that is it, they pushed our buttons and boom, it just went off from there. >> reporter: a five-hour standoff ensued. san josi police called in 60 officers before it was over. neighbors say there were problems at the house, but nothing libe this. >> one-man showed us his citation for resisting arrest and rioting and he says everyone, including the deejay ended up going to jail. >> reporter: the charges range from an assault on a police officer. eric rasmussen. >>> a tense situation in san josi was peacefully resolved. it started about 5:00 this afternoon on the 600 block of north 12th street where an officer tried to stop a man he thought was carrying
to find a strange man in her apartment. according to palo alto police, a woman in her 20s woke up and saw a man in her apartment. police say the man ran off, the woman was unharmed. police searched the area with a police dog and they are continuing look for him this morning. >>> an and month mouse tip is looking for a man after a standoff. they went into a home in the heights where the man was hiding. he was warned for assault on a police officer after he allegedly rammed a squad car as police were chasing him yesterday. police found his car near holly park and then they got a tip that he was hiding in a nearby house. >> they were able to confirm the suspect and called in a tactical team. >> they took the man into custody and he is a parole lee in a federal prison. he served time for gun violations and had a warrant out for his arrest. >>> agree operation sparked a fire early this morning. claudine wong joins us now from the scene with what she has learned from police this morning, claudine? >> police tell us it was a legal grow and they were growing a small amount inside their home. this
with them and make the necessary adaptations in their own life, desert communities can continue to live. man: the biggest water user in the desert is turf. turf uses a lot of irrigation and uses spray irrigation, so what we've done here is use artificial turf. you're never going to be able to achieve the look of back east or the look of, say, california, with subtropical plants, but our landscapes are still lush and use about 30% of what the subtropical landscape with turf would use. las vegas has adopted a drought tolerant ordinance. we're using less water today than we used five years ago, despite over 300,000 new residents. i think it's a pretty amazing example as to how a town can really turn on a dime if there's the political will and if the public gets behind it. narrator: even the casinos and resorts have adapted to efficient water use. mulroy: the las vegas strip uses only 3% of all the water that we deliver. and when you think about it, it's the largest economic driver in the state, the largest employer, bar none. they knew they had to go the extra mile. and they've embraced conserv
and homeless women in the area are warned to stay on alert since the man has not been caught. she had come to santa rosa at the beginning of october to start a drug recovery program and dropped out. her husband said she met with a man in santa rosa and police are working with the homeless as well as her family to see if they can come up with any leads but for now homeless women are asked to stay vigilant for their own safety. >>> new this morning, east coast areas are still recovering from super storm sandy and they have another issue to deal with. so called disaster tourists. they have been cruising streets and walking through heavily damaged neighborhoods and some of them are taking pictures. that is not making some of the residents happy and they are still cleaning up from the damage. >>> and it is taking long to get the power back on in new york and about 7 5,000 people in new york still have no electricity. the long island power authority says it's not safe to reconnect 3 5,000 homes and businesses because of wiring. some of the angry residents did this, they walked and protested in t
where a man broke into a woman's home and luckily she is ok. where is he though mike? >> offices are still looking for him. there on the scene of the 100 block of hawthorne trying to piece together what happened here this morning. authorities say a woman in her 20s woke up and found a man inside her apartment around 220 this morning. she screamed and that is when the suspects fled the apartment. no word as she is the only one inside the apartment at the time. at this point police are treating this as a burglary but are not ruling anything out including the possibility that this was an attempted sexual assault. the good news is that the victim is ok and with police officers at the police station. >> physically she is not hard. she did not require medical attention. that is the good news. as far as a dramatic incident how major fail and the stress and being scared obviously that is going to be a part of it. as far as being physically harmed she was not. >> no suspect in comp custody at this point. officers are trying to piece everything together at this location. they also have off
a living, practicing subsistence farming or as laborers for white concerns. man: people were not able to make a living in this economy, and that was the whole purpose of the economy. we saw a situation that necessarily undermined agricultural production and livelihood systems. why? because those areas of south africa designated as bantustans were in fact labor reserves. we see a compression of space. we see high-population densities on marginal lands, and proximity to johannesburg and pretoria-- the main industrial center of south africa. and so those areas served as effective labor reserves, meaning that if we can keep the people in those areas from garnering a real livelihood, keep them structurally dependent on migration, then we have a large labor pool. narrator: there was a distinct geography of apartheid, a geography of separateness based upon race. as the gnment n to redress these injusces in 1994 and '95, land reform brought euphoric times. woman: so really today, i don't know. since this morning, i had one cup of tea. d i feel that i'm so strongly, i can even jump just becaus
beneath the veins of its people. beneath the desert sun, one man by one man by one man breathes six. thousands of tons wrung sonorous from the sky. where is god? black-eyed woman, the street dogs are running wild. will you save me? simple white ignorance, even the desert has gone into hiding. there is no more meaning here than the crested moon holds towards a dying grove of date trees. i am for the arabic, for the transcription of the arabic, zato dates over fire-baked bread. the twin rivers have already called for us a history. our poets have already explained to us the desert. by what right have you come? who have you have seen the rustic crane in the tree, no chimes but for its delicate wide beak, ushers an intemperate reprieve? 33 beads on a string, why pretend to know beyond the presence of click. thank you. please welcome gale sher >> the first one is why did she care? why did she care, she wondered, laying aside the book. a dim light could be seen possibly from a cabin reaching in not for the word, but for the space which a time. fat drops driven violently side ways. the man'
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